A better way
Resolution was founded in 1982 by a group of family lawyers who believed that a non-confrontational approach to family law issues would produce better outcomes for separating families and their children.
Over the decades, Resolution has maintained a commitment to a constructive way of working, enshrined in our Code of Practice, while growing to become a membership organisation for professionals that work with separating families.
Read more about our work in our latest Annual Report
A special thank you to Iceberg Client Credit whose support means we are able to send a print copy of the 2020 Annual Report to each member.
How does the Code of Practice help?
Our Code of Practice means Resolution members will support you to resolve matters as constructively – and with as little conflict – as possible.
Our membership logo can help you identify a Resolution member. Find out more about what you can expect from working with a Resolution member.
Who are Resolution members?
Resolution members come from many professional backgrounds, including solicitors, legal executives, barristers, financial planners and family mediators. Our membership also includes students, trainees, judges, academics and others committed to a constructive approach to family issues.
By bringing together all the different practitioners working in the family justice sphere, the ethos from Resolution’s Code of Practice spreads to new practitioners, helping ensure families dealing with separation and divorce receive the support they need to resolve their issues.